Blooms by Bethan

29
Mar

Traditional blush

Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Amelia’s wedding bouquet

I had the pleasure of arranging Amelia’s wedding flowers over the summer and finally I’ve snagged a pic. Her bouquet featured a classic blend of white and vendella roses, white lisianthus, white dahlias and dusty miller. The bridesmaids featured the same types of flowers, but in shades of pale pink. Pink and white hydrangeas, lisianthus and dahlias were placed in little posies in fish-bowl vases at the reception at Waterfront, The Rocks, Sydney. It was a beautiful sunny December day, and I hope the bride enjoyed the flowers as much as I enjoyed putting them together!

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12
Mar

Weekly wrap-up

Saturday, 12 March 2011

In my job at Cosmo Bride, I’ve written a couple of web posts recently that I thought you might like to check out. If you’re a bride-to-be, you might be interested in some budget floral ideas to help you out while your planning your big day. Or perhaps you’d love to know about some unique wedding cake ideas. Just click on the links and read more!

Fave blog post of the week
I loved the gorgeous, care-free hellebores bouquets that appeared on Design*Sponge on Thursday. They look as if they have just been gathered without a care from the backyard and thrown together in all their natural beauty. Lovely.

Design*Sponge – We Like it Wild post
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08
Mar

I’ve got the macaron munchies

Tuesday, 08 March 2011

Two weeks ago I took a macaron masterclass at Baroque at The Rocks and learned how to make these delicious French delicacies. This weekend I made my own at home with my brand-spanking-new KitchenAid. There are chocolate and salted caramel macarons here (the blue and pink were just food colouring experiments!). Bon apeptit!

Salted-caramel macarons and chocolate macarons
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